Reviews and Problems with Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter
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GET THIS WHILE YOU CAN
18 November 2014
Summary: A sequel to Drawn to Life has to be good. I played this when I was 8 or 9, and just like Drawn to Life, I played this in the car on my DS Lite whenever I had the chance. Get this and drawn to life while you can, I promise you will enjoy it whatever age you are.
Beautiful, elegant, lovely, overall MUCH better than the first one
Kindle Customer "Reading Raven", Amazon
27 April 2012
Summary: I'm 12 years old and i can understand why 10 year old's and extremely sensitive people wouldn't like this game's ending but I personally loved the game. I loved it because you can design almost everything and the story-line and game-play is much better than that of the original and Wii version. I especially love the soundtracks of this game and they've inspired me to become a sound engineer when i grow up.
Summary: The game was was very fun and I had a blast playing it! It, along with it's prequel, are my favorite games of all time! The story line is deep and interesting. However, I wish the designers would have let us players have a little more fun in creating the tools we get to use throughout the game. For some people the outlines for the tools are helpful, but I wish they would give you a choice on whether you want a outline or not like they do when you make your hero.
Summary: This game was amazing!!!! It was so much fun, and I really loved the story. Parts of it made me want to cry! :( The music was pretty good, and the graphics were a bit better than the first one. I would recomend this to anyone!
Summary: Drawn to Life is when you create your own character and your own weapons and drawl it on your dsi then go on missions to save the village and bring back the color. You collect points and these bags full of color. If the rat bites you or hits you, you lose some of your color and then you would have to go to this red square to get your color back.